Last month the South Korean tech giant recalled 2.5 million phones amid reports that their batteries were safety risks. There are reports that the replacement devices are dangerous too.
Samsung insists that its replacement Galaxy Note 7 smartphones are "safe to use" — despite at least five reports of these devices melting, catching fire, and smoking uncontrollably. The South Korean electronics company is currently ...
Following reports that replacement models of the Note 7 also suffered from the battery flaws that led to the initial recall, Samsung reportedly has stopped production of its latest phone.
The company recalled 2.5 million of the devices worldwide, but now even the replacement phones are catching fire. Video provided by Newsy
Samsung’s decision to halt production of its Galaxy Note 7 replacements is raising doubts about the company’s initial assertion that fires in some of the original devices were the fault of one battery supplier.